Pre-registration is required for students to visit . Before booking your school group, please review the prices and registration procedures. Requests are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information please call 619.255.0210.
For pre- and post-visit discussions and activities, the Museum has developed an Educator’s Guide, available free of charge. (Educator Guides for previous and concurrent exhibitions are also available).
Expert Lecture Program, Exclusively for School Groups
Inspire your students with real-world science! Come hear a guest researcher from University of California, San Diego’s Biological Sciences Department discuss the exhibition and the research that they do back in their labs. This lecture will provide insight into the exhibition, Darwin: Evolution | Revolution and the exciting world of a career in biological science research. See California State Standards...
Fee: $14 each for students and chaperones (includes Museum admission. Grades 5–8 require one adult chaperone per eight students and grades 9–12 require one adult chaperone per 12 students.)
Times: 10 AM talk; 11 AM exhibition admission
For all other K–12 school (including homeschool) programs, visit the School Programs web page. For more information or to register a group call 619.255.0210.
Nature to You Loan Program
Bring nature into your classroom, art studio, and explore concepts in evolution and biology, by becoming a member of the Museum’s Loan Program. Membership allows for a year of unlimited access to the program’s collection—over 1300 specimens that represent the biologic and geologic diversity of the southwestern United States, Baja California and the world.